Last lousy point

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A game design tradition, sometimes attributed to Adventure (William Crowther and Donald Woods; 1976), of permitting a player to reach a game's optimal ending without earning the "last lousy point" that will provide the highest possible score. In order to earn the final point, a player must perform some extremely obscure action -- so obscure that gamers are sometimes tempted to cheat.

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